The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging supports 629 Area Agencies on Aging nationwide. From this website you can find answers to commonly asked questions regarding senior citizens. There are also several downloadable brochures available on topics such as “Staying Connected: Technology Options for Older Adults.” In addition, the N4a offers the Eldercare Locator which helps find resorces for caregivers as well as older adults on topics such as financial assistance, housing options, and transportation.
The United States Congress Votes Database covers every vote and every member of Congress since 1991. This information comes from the U. S. Senate and The Biographical Directory of the U. S. Congress. There is more information available about the 112th Congress such as who is endorsed by whom and their margin of victory in the 2010 elections. This database will be expanded over time.
The News Frontier Database is a searchable database of all of the digital news outlets in the United States. This is a great tool for anyone who is studying online journalism or who is interested in starting their own digital news outlet. You can narrow down your search by topics such as location, year founded, and revenue sources.
The America’s Most Literate Cities study ranks the largest cities according to several literacy indicators including library resources and newspaper circulation. From this website you can see the rankings for the 75 largest cities in the United States and see them ranked by category.